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A Dead Man’s Trials by Jagadesh Sampath

Read this one to understand that nothing is simply right or wrong, or black and white.

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Pebbles on Paper by Swati khatri

If you enjoy poetry which teaches you life lessons, motivates you and leaves you with many positive after thoughts, this book is for you.

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Dying to live ( #2 Sick of being healthy ) by Monisha K. Gumber

Circling around the life of a teenage girl Megha who is a high achiever all around, the book deals with a lot of issues faced not only by teenagers but even the elders (especially parents) around them.

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A Mother’s Day: A Short Story by Kaira Rouda

For those who love quick reads with pace, suspense and thrill this would make a good read.

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Heartbreak at Coffee Shop: An Array of Tales by Ravi Valluri

The stories in this book are full of thrilling yet relatable moments!

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Clean Slate by Preeti Rajput

Each story belongs to a different genre and that’s what makes the book enjoyable.

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The Adventures of the JP Family: Humour Tidbits by Radhika Acharya

Read this one to enjoy and appreciate the funny moments of a typical middle class family from India.

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A Lesson In Deceit (Julia Blake Murder Mystery) by Gillian Larkin

I loved how the culprit was obvious, but still turned out to be so unexpected.

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The Itsy Bitsy Spyder (The Spyders #0.5) by Apeksha Rao

It’s usually either just mystery and no laughs or just light hearted humour and no thrilling moments; but this book gives both, and superbly so.

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Humorously Yours ! : Tales From The Gymkhana by Amitabh D Sarwate

The satirical and relatable humour in this book give you ample chuckle worthy and laugh-out-loud moments, making this a recommended read for people of all ages, and lovers of all genres.